London: The Nonesuch Press, 16 Great James Street, 1931.
Octavo (22 x 15 cm.), , 127,  pages. Illustrated with ten full-page and one smaller drawing, plus a decoration on the title-page, all by Thomas Lowinsky. FIRST EDITION. Number 89 of 500 copies set in Caslon and SB Open and printed at the Fanfare Press on Batchelor Kelmscott handmade paper. An unlimited trade edition on machine made paper was issued simultaneously. "The menus and recipes in this book are all cuisines bourgeoise of rather a high order." Brick-red cloth over quarter brown buckram, gold-blocked with roundels; gilt-titled spine, top edge trimmed. In the seldom seen dust jacket, printed solely with the two-word title on the front panel. Some light chipping to extremities; overall, fine. [Bitting, page 294, Dreyfus 79, Myers 14].